Winds will be an issue this evening as they will cause blowing snow in northern KELOLAND for the evening and overnight. Speeds of thirty to forty miles per hour will be likely as a clipper moves in from the northwest. Due to the blowing snow, winter weather advisories are in effect for northern South Dakota this evening and tonight. Any new snow we get will stay light with amounts of a couple inches possible in northern South Dakota. Lows will fall to the single digits early tonight in eastern South Dakota with teens in central and western South Dakota. As the night goes on, temperatures will slowly warm by sunrise. The strong winds associated with the clipper will die down during the morning on Tuesday. Tuesday’s highs will be in the teens and twenties with isolated light snow showers during the morning and afternoon. Any snow that falls on Tuesday will stay less than an inch.
A quick shot of cold air arrives for Wednesday, but temps will warm Thursday and Friday. Many locations in eastern KELOLAND will have highs in the twenties by Thursday.